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Diabetes is a common endocrine disorder, that can affect people of any age or gender. Diabetes in medical terminology is known as Diabetes mellitus, It is identified by the presence of high blood glucose (sugar) levels in the bloodstream. Diabetes can be categorised into Type 1 and Type 2 mainly. The other categories are juvenile, gestational and prediabetes. Medical researchers are trying to find a complete cure to diabetes because diabetes is often associated with serious complications and comorbid health conditions such as blindness, cardiovascular diseases, and amputations etc especially when this condition is not managed properly. However, it has been observed that alterations in lifestyle, diet, medicines, exercises and certain therapies can help people arrest the disease at an early stage and effectively manage diabetes.

  1. What is diabetes?
  2. Types of Diabetes
  3. Symptoms of Diabetes
  4. Causes of Diabetes and Risk Factors
  5. Diagnosis of Diabetes
  6. Diabetes treatment
  7. Myths - what to eat & lifestyle tips for diabetics
  8. Complications of Diabetes
  9. Ayurvedic medicine, treatment and remedies for Diabetes
  10. Pollution increases the risk of diabetes says research
  11. Homeopathic medicine, treatment and remedies for Diabetes
  12. 6 nutritious fruits for effective diabetes management
  13. Medicines for Diabetes
  14. Doctors for Diabetes

What is diabetes?

Diabetes is an umbrella term given to a group of conditions which exhibit high levels of glucose (sugar) in the bloodstream. Diabetes is a fast approaching global epidemic with more than 73 million cases in India alone. The condition is often long-term and can lead to a number of chronic conditions if not treated and managed effectively on time. Diabetes, as believed earlier, is not a condition which triggers due to growing age, in fact, diabetes can affect anyone regardless of the age and sex. However, some medical studies indicate that people over 40 years are more at risk and prone to develop diabetes than any other age groups.

Types of Diabetes

There exists different types of diabetes, but to begin with, we will first explain the two main types that are Type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes.

  • Prediabetes
    This is an indicator type, and often referred to as “Borderline diabetes" too. It is identified by a doctor when one has higher than normal blood sugar levels after fasting, along with higher than normal blood sugar level after eating. Research strongly recommends that prediabetics can prevent or delay the onset of Type 2 diabetes by taking necessary measures such as following diabetic diets, cutting down on carbohydrates, refined sugars, processed foods, bakery items, adopting a healthy lifestyle, engaging in physical activities such as swimming, jogging, gymming, cycling and 45 minutes of brisk walking to begin with.
  • Type 1
    Type 1 diabetes is insulin dependent diabetes, often detected in children and people under 30 and it is believed to contribute to the 10 percent of the worlds diabetes population. This condition mainly arises when the human body produces minimal or no insulin at all because of damaged pancreatic beta cells. Due to this glucose is not stored and cannot be utilised in the form of energy, which leads to excessive accumulation of glucose (sugar) in the bloodstream.

    Type 1 diabetes has two further subtypes:
    • Juvenile Diabetes: Type 1 diabetes also includes Juvenile diabetes which is Insulin-dependent (a lifelong condition) occurring in children under 19. Administration of Insulin injections to small children are typically supervised by parents, caregivers, and nurses. Diabetics in their teens can also self-administer insulin shots as recommended by their doctors.  
    • LADA: Type 1 also includes a special category of people with diabetes who have Type 2 but they mimic conditions of type 1 due to faulty or no insulin secretions from the beta cells of the pancreas called as LADA (Latent Autoimmune Diabetes Adulthood).
  • Type 2
    Research suggests Type 2 to be the most common and predominant, this condition arises typically when the body produces less than the required amount of insulin, or the body is unable to use the insulin produced due to a phenomenon called insulin sensitivity. Due to this malfunction, an excess amount of glucose (sugar) builds up in the body resulting in high blood sugar levels. Type 2 diabetes usually affects people over 30 but significant studies hint that it can occur in young children too. Type 2 is often genetic and it may be passed on from one generation to the other. Growing cases of Type 2 diabetes globally holds an unhealthy lifestyle, zero or less physical activity, stress and faulty eating responsible for the onset of diabetes.
  • Gestational Diabetes
    As the name suggests this condition develops during pregnancy, studies claim that the mother usually acquires it around the later stages of pregnancy and has high blood glucose (sugar) levels. It has been observed that the condition disappears soon after the delivery of the child. But having said this, it does not mean that this can be taken normally. Gestational diabetes may cause complications to the mother and the child if this condition is not detected in time and managed effectively. You are highly recommended not to take any medicines on your own and seek your doctor's advice to take necessary precautions and actions.

Symptoms of Diabetes

The symptoms of diabetes can be quickly identified if you are attentive towards certain body signals. And the good news is upon early detection it can be treated and managed effectively. So, inform your doctor if you experience the following:

  • sudden hunger pangs (urge to eat).
  • feel the need to frequently urinate more than usual especially during the night.
  • feel thirsty all the time.
  • notice sudden unexplained weight loss.
  • distorted, blurry vision or double vision
  • begin to feel tired and fatigued easily.
  • have recurrent infections, especially of the gums, skin, and bladder.
  • wounds and cuts take more than usual time to heal.
  • mood swings and irritability.
  • tingling or burning sensations, especially in your feet and palms.
  • men may experience sexual dysfunction (erection problems).

When to see a doctor

It is recommended to immediately visit a diabetologist/ endocrinologist if you observe the following symptom along with high blood glucose (sugar) levels:

  • blood reports show constant high blood sugars levels (more than 300 mg/dl).
  • sudden loss of vision or blurriness in one eye or both the eyes.
  • wounds don't heal and instead worsen in spite of the application of topical medications (creams and antiseptics) for more than 5 days.
  • high blood sugar levels during your pregnancy.
  • sudden loss of feeling particularly at the palms and feet area.
  • sudden pain and swelling in the arms, jaws, chest, and ankles.
  • severe skin infections along with pigmentation (skin discoloration).

Causes of Diabetes and Risk Factors

The exact causes of the onset of diabetes cannot be ascertained and may vary from person to person. However, researchers hint that genetics, a sedentary lifestyle, faulty eating habits, autoimmune conditions, certain medications, and obesity are the most predominant reasons for the widespread of this disease.

Our pancreas (digestive system organ) produces an important hormone called insulin, which helps our body to utilise glucose (sugar) derived from the food we eat. When our body is unable to break down, store or utilise the glucose, it stays and results in high levels of glucose (sugar) in the bloodstream. Diabetologists recommend that blood glucose levels should be maintained between 70 mg/dl - 110 mg/dl ideally. Any readings above and beyond this should be reported to the doctor and further medically investigated.

The doctor may ask you to take certain tests to check for diabetes. The tests are performed to basically check for blood glucose levels while you are fasting, levels after you have eaten a meal, and blood glucose levels after drinking high concentrated sugar mix drink often containing glucose. The following are done to assess the body's ability to process glucose. The mentioned tests will give a clear picture to you and to your doctor to confirm whether you have diabetes or not. Additionally, your doctor will also guide you and help you identify the type of diabetes you are living with.

Risk Factors 

As mentioned above, the exact cause of diabetes is not known, but there are several factors that may increase the likelihood of developing the disease. Some of these risk factors are:

  • Unhealthy diet
  • A family history of diabetes
  • Sedentary lifestyle
  • Being overweight
  • Pregnancy
  • Age
  • Certain medicines
  • Abnormally high cholesterol levels

Note that having any, or even all, of these risk factors does not mean you will necessarily develop diabetes.

Diagnosis of Diabetes

The doctor will diagnose any type of diabetes with the help symptoms and blood samples drawn from you such as Type 1, Type 2, Prediabetes, Gestational, Juvenile and LADA.

You are recommended not to self-diagnose diabetes basis symptoms or with medical instruments available in the chemist shops. This is because there can be high chances of errors and fluctuations in the detection of high blood glucose levels in the blood. You are urged to take professional help when in doubt hence, go by doctors recommendations and get the following essential tests done.

  • Fasting blood sugar -
    This is an initial test that's done to determine if someone has high blood sugar. It is done in the morning, in a state of fasting - that is, not having eating anything for at least 9-12 hours. You are not supposed to even drink water until after the test is done.

    A value less than 99 mg/dl is found to fall into the category of normal, and values above 100-120 mg/dl fall under the Prediabetes category. Values more than 126 mg/dl is said to be in the diabetic category.
  • Random plasma glucose -
    Random plasma glucose test is done when the doctor wants to investigate blood sugar levels immediately and randomly to check for any rise in the sugar levels after eating meals. There is no requirement to be empty stomach or fasting you can give samples for this test at anytime. Any value above 200 mg/dl indicates diabetes.  
  • Postprandial blood glucose test -
    This test is specifically done when the doctor wants to know exactly how much are the sugar levels after eating a meal. This test is done exactly 2 hours from the start of eating a meal. In this particular test body's natural adjustment of blood sugar levels after a meal is assessed. The levels can usually spike (raise) or become very low either following which the doctor decides certain specific medicines to be given.
  • The HbA1C test -  
    HbA1C test has really made a major difference in the diagnosis and treatment of diabetes. This test effectively calculates the average blood sugar levels for 3 months (90 days). You can eat and give your blood sample for testing no need for fasting. Spikes and lows in sugar levels will be calculated on an average of 90 days in percentage which will determine whether you are diabetic or not. However, certain parameters such as age, sex, race and certain medical conditions are taken into consideration by the doctor before investigating diabetes basis HbA1C test. Research hints that people suffering from anemia often produce incorrect HbA1C results. The results (in percentage) ranging between 1 and 5.7% indicate normal blood sugar levels. The results ranging from 5.8 to 6.4% are placed under the prediabetes category (people who are likely to get diabetes). And results above 6.4 fall into diabetes category and often represent a poor blood sugar level control.

Please note that the values given above are for awareness and patient information only. The test result ranges may vary from one laboratory to the other. You may also choose to repeat certain tests to confirm the values. You are highly recommended to confirm diabetes from a medical practitioner before starting any therapy or taking any medicines.

Diabetes treatment

Diabetes treatment is often misunderstood as painstaking and challenging because diabetes is a long-term condition. But on the contrary, the truth is, that we can overcome this condition by following the right ways to approach it.

  • Variation in treatment
    Treatment will not be the same for everyone it will differ from person to person depending on the type of diabetes the person is living with. For example, Type 1, Type 2, gestational.

  • Seek treatment right away
    As diabetes is a chronic progressive disease hence medicinal therapy should begin as soon as possible. It's a myth that one should not begin with medicines because it increases complications. On the contrary, the truth is doctors suggest that sooner medicines begin higher are the chances of arresting this condition and avoiding diabetes-related risks and complications.

  • Medicinal compliance
    This term simply means that taking medicines daily, the right amount and on correct timings brings a huge difference in managing diabetes. When medicines are taken without following the correct timings and dosage then it does not help in managing diabetes at all and further leads to spiking of blood sugar levels or hypoglycemic events( sudden drop in blood sugar levels).

  • Diet modification
    Eating frequent small meals( 6 meals) along with low sugar, low carbs, and high fiber diet is as important as ‘breathing oxygen” in the diabetes management.

  • Physical activity
    Research strongly hints diabetes may progress due to inactive and sedentary lifestyles. Hence adopting activities such as swimming, jogging, cycling, yoga and gymming have proven to help control blood sugar levels to a great extent.

Treatment for type 1 diabetes

Treating type 1 condition is a disciplined process in which blood glucose levels are typically monitored at different time intervals (ideally a chart is prepared). Depending on the reading Insulin is injected multiple times as required. Additionally, a controlled diet and exercise regimes are to be particularly followed to manage Type 1 diabetes. Since Type 1 diabetes is mostly found in children and teenagers also (known as Juvenile diabetes) the doctors strongly suggest parents, caregivers, nurses to learn “How to inject” carefully and less painfully to ensure proper treatment and less scarring of the injection site in children.

Treatment for type 2 diabetes

People with Type 2 diabetes are often recommended to control blood sugar levels via diet modifications, exercises, and oral medicines. It has been observed that upon doctor recommendation people with type 2 may also require insulin injections as the disease progresses further. Hence upon early detection of type 2 diabetes, one must actively make efforts and change eating habits, adopt physical activities such as jogging, cycling, and swimming and check blood glucose levels at regular time intervals to ensure that the disease is arrested and does not progress further.

Myths - what to eat & lifestyle tips for diabetics

Top 5 myths related to diabetes and foods

Eat a lot of small frequent meals but eat smartly read on to find out. Let's bust common myths surrounding “eating habits’’ and what to eat while living with diabetes.

Myth 1: Stop carbohydrates completely.

Fact: By stopping carbohydrates completely we make our body's system weak and susceptible to tiredness and fatigue. In fact, eating high- fiber low carbs such as oatmeal, brown rice, whole wheat bread, multi-grains, chia seeds, flax seeds, semolina, puffed rice will not only power you with energy but also keep you away from constipation. You are recommended to manage portion sizes as per your daily physical activity.

Myth 2: Stop having sweets forever!

Fact: You can have sweets (small serving) once in a while provided you have managed your blood sugar levels well. For your sweet cravings, natural sugars “fructose’’ found in fruits can be a good replacement for sweets and bakery products made out of refined sugars. But you are highly recommended to maintain portion sizes as certain fruits have a very high glycemic index(sugar content). Do check blood glucose levels before indulging in sweets.

Myth 3: Eat 3 large meals only

Fact: Leading endocrinologists suggest eating small meals frequently, in time intervals to better manage your blood sugar levels effectively. Nutritionists split 3 large meals into 6 mini meals so that u don't feel hungry and also manage diabetes well.

Myth 4: Eat only salads diabetes will be controlled faster

Fact: Eating a balanced meal is very important to achieve a good control of blood sugar levels. Experts recommend the famous “Eat by the plate method’’ which clearly states that your plate should be half filled with salads and fruits and one fourth filled with low-fat proteins such as tofu, chicken, fish, cottage cheese, grams, pulses and left one fourth filled with low carbs such multigrain bread, chapattis, brown and puffed rice etc.

Myth 5: If you are taking medicines you can have anything you like

Fact: Truth is diabetes management comes from disciplined eating. Medicines only help to store, utilize glucose and flush out toxins. You are urged not to overeat or binge just because you have taken medicines. Eating irresponsibly will only elevate blood sugar levels.

Complications of Diabetes

Did you know that constant high blood glucose levels actually damage and affect vital organs and parts in the body? That is why doctors and family members who care for you insist that you manage diabetes daily, constantly, effectively and avoid diabetes-induced coexisting chronic health conditions. Studies also suggest that people living with diabetes for a long time (15-20 years) often live with comorbid conditions arising due to diabetes. Let us explore the various body parts which are affected when diabetes is uncontrolled.  


Due to uncontrolled diabetes especially in people living with type 1 and type 2 diabetes the nerves in the eyes get affected mostly because of the autoimmune-mediated responses which attack healthy nerve cells leading to various complications in the eyes such as diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, diabetic macular edema, cataract and even serious conditions like vision loss.

  • Diabetic retinopathy - this is a condition in which the retinal blood vessels present in the eyes get affected they begin to excessively dilate (expand) and leak internal fluids present inside the cells. It can also cause internal bleeding, clots resulting in distorted vision and even vision loss.
  • Glaucoma - is a condition in which the optic nerves which are connected to the brain cells get damaged due to pressure exerted inside the eye muscles. Glaucoma can occur in people without diabetes also but research claims that diabetes increases the risk of contracting glaucoma to manifolds when diabetes is not properly managed.
  • Cataract - is a common eye condition in which the natural lens of the eye gets a thin layer formation which results in poor vision. Studies suggest people with diabetes are 5 times more prone to have cataract than people without diabetes
  • Diabetes macular edema - is a condition which is a progressive form of diabetes retinopathy characterised by inflammation (swelling) in the macula region present in the retina of the eyes.

Doctors highly recommend getting your eyes checked every six months if you have diabetes. Any symptoms such as dryness, excess watering, itching, redness, distorted vision are not to be ignored and reported to your doctor without any further delay.

Oral Health

Uncontrolled and poorly managed diabetes not only leads to various nervous diseases but also invites infections, affect membranes, gums, enamel leading to various gums and tooth problems. The high glucose (sugar) levels pose a risk to your oral cavity which includes jaws, tooth, mouth area, tongue, and overall oral health. Bacterial and other pathogenic invasions in the mouth lead to following diseases such as gingivitis, periodontitis, candidiasis, pyorrhea, bad breath and conditions like dry or burning mouth.

You are recommended to maintain proper oral hygiene, brush twice a day at least to prevent plaque formation. Plaque is caused due to glucose present in the saliva mixed with food particles which coat and form a layer in our teeth. This layer is found to be bacteria friendly and leads to diseases such as gingivitis and periodontitis. Additionally, you are cautioned to visit a dentist immediately if there are any wounds or ulcers which are not healing for more than 5-7 days. A routine six-monthly dentist checkup is a must for people living with diabetes.


People with diabetes are 3-4 times more at risk of developing heart diseases such as strokes and cardiovascular diseases than people without diabetes. This is because studies claim that having diabetes (with special reference to type 2 people) often also have high blood pressure, high levels of cholesterol, high levels of triglycerides and obesity which make them twice susceptible to suffer from heart attacks or strokes.

Medical investigations are suggestive that in due course of time diabetes weakens the heart muscles, blood vessels, and nerves in the surrounding regions which eventually leads to heart diseases. Having uncontrolled diabetes (high erratic blood glucose levels) along with high triglycerides (fats) makes the chances of having heart-related problems much more.

Doctors recommend a complete change of lifestyle, eating habits, cutting down on alcohol and tobacco intake. This will not only help you in keeping your blood glucose (sugar) levels in check but also prevent you from various heart ailments.

Kidney and bladder

High blood glucose (sugar) levels pose a great threat to our body's filtration system (kidneys and bladder). As we all know that our kidneys help us remove all the waste and toxins from our body and pass it out via urine. With uncontrolled diabetes, the blood vessels of the kidneys are damaged which in turn affects the way our body cleanses our system. Research strongly hints diabetics must keep a check on their overall renal (kidney) health to avoid partial or complete kidney damage. Kidney function tests, urine tests must be routinely performed to detect protein and malfunctioning of the kidneys and bladder. Kidney damage could be a life-threatening condition if not detected at an early stage. Hence you are recommended to visit a doctor and report symptoms like frequent urination especially in the night, difficulty during urination, reduced urine output or pain during urination, unusual ankle swelling, albumin or protein detection in the urine at the earliest.

Sexual health

It may come as a surprise to many but people living with diabetes, which includes both men and women undergo significant changes in their sex hormones adversely affecting their sexual health. Diabetes is emerging to be responsible for a number of sexual health-related issues amongst men causing erectile dysfunction, impotence, loss of libido, premature ejaculation and delayed ejaculation. Substantial studies claim that 50 % of men who have diabetes for more than 10-15 years suffer from erectile dysfunction. Studies also hint that men with erectile dysfunction are often found to also have a heart-related disorder such as coronary heart diseases.

Women, on the contrary, have been observed to suffer from hormonal disbalances with special reference to type 2 diabetes. Diseases such as PCOS (Polycystic ovarian syndrome) are often interconnected with diabetes which is one of the major reasons for female infertility. Some other common conditions arising due to diabetes are vaginal dryness, lack of sexual desires, pain during sex, and arousal difficulties.

Both men and women are highly encouraged to consult a doctor and ask for solutions to ease out agonies related to sexual health. There have been recent advances in medical technology and products (medications and therapies) which help overcome conditions like erectile dysfunction and infertility. However, doctors advice a good control of blood glucose levels along with regular exercising are recommended for diabetics to avoid sexual health complications such as erectile dysfunction and infertility. However, doctors advice a good control of blood glucose levels along with regular exercising are recommended for diabetics to avoid sexual health complications.

Mental Health

Psychologists suggest, that people living with diabetes often undergo emotional turmoils due to long-term conditions and chronic symptoms. Their mental health and well being is equally important just as there physical well being. Research hints people who are happy and content with their lives have proven to achieve good control of diabetes versus people who are unhappy. Scientists claim that with the onset of diabetes feelings of anger, guilt, depression, low self-esteem, anxiety set in.

Doctors recommend family members and caregivers to extend emotional support and motivate people with diabetes to maintain blood sugar levels responsibly. And most importantly do not let diabetes come in the way of your life.

Dr. B.P Yadav

Dr. B.P Yadav

एंडोक्राइन ग्रंथियों और होर्मोनेस सम्बन्धी विज्ञान

Dr. Vineet Saboo

Dr. Vineet Saboo

एंडोक्राइन ग्रंथियों और होर्मोनेस सम्बन्धी विज्ञान



एंडोक्राइन ग्रंथियों और होर्मोनेस सम्बन्धी विज्ञान

Medicines for Diabetes

Medicines listed below are available for Diabetes. Please note that you should not take any medicines without doctor consultation. Taking any medicine without doctor's consultation can cause serious problems.

Medicine NamePack SizePrice (Rs.)
ExermetExermet 1000 Mg Tablet35.0
GluconormGluconorm 1000 Mg Tablet Sr52.0
GluforminGluformin 500 Mg Tablet14.0
Glyciphage TabletGlyciphage 1000 Mg Tablet Sr35.0
Glycomet TabletGlycomet 1000 Mg Tablet Sr53.0
BasalogBasalog 100 Iu 3 Ml Refill Cartridge1380.0
BasugineBasugine 100 Iu Cartridge493.0
GlaritusGlaritus 100 Iu Cartridge477.0
LantusLantus 100 Iu Cartridge2714.0
Met SmallMet Small 1000 Mg Tablet Sr38.0
Obimet TabletObimet 1000 Mg Tablet Sr53.0
Riomet OdRiomet Od 1000 Mg Tablet53.0
AllmetAllmet Sr Tablet23.0
AmetoAmeto 1000 Mg Tablet26.0
AsugarAsugar 500 Mg Tablet Sr23.0
Avimet 500 Mg TabletAvimet 500 Mg Tablet10.0
Avimet 500 Mg Tablet SRAvimet 500 Mg Tablet Sr15.0
BaymetBaymet 500 Mg Tablet7.0
BdidBdid Sr 500 Mg Tablet15.0
BdidthBdidth 1 G Tablet30.0
BigometBigomet 1000 Mg Tablet Sr30.0
BigovasBigovas 500 Mg Tablet Sr27.0
BimetBimet 500 Mg Tablet16.0
BymetBymet 1000 Mg Tablet35.0
CarbophageCarbophage Xr 1000 Mg Tablet35.0
Cetapin XrCetapin Xr 1000 Mg Tablet53.0
ChrometChromet 1000 Mg Tablet Sr41.0
DiaferDiafer 250 Mg Tablet7.0
DiagrafDiagraf 500 Mg Tablet20.0
DiametDiamet 1000 Mg Tablet Sr40.0
Dibeta TabletDibeta 1000 Mg Tablet Sr35.0
D MetD Met 250 Mg Tablet8.0
EmforEmfor 1000 Mg Tablet Sr29.0
EmnormEmnorm 1000 Mg Tablet Sr33.0
EndoforminEndoformin 1000 Mg Tablet Sr37.0
EtforminEtformin 500 Mg Tablet7.0
Eumet (Symbiotic)Eumet 500 Mg Tablet11.0
EvizenEvizen 1000 Mg Tablet Sr29.0
FordiaFordia 1000 Mg Tablet Xr27.0
ForminFormin 1000 Mg Tablet Sr42.0
ForminalForminal 1000 Mg Tablet Sr11.0
ForsonForson 1000 Mg Tablet Sr29.0
Gala MGala M 500 Mg Tablet12.0
GlucomateGlucomate Xr 1000 Mg Tablet36.0
Gluformin IGluformin I 1000 Mg Tablet53.0
GlumetGlumet 850 Mg Tablet10.0
GlupGlup 1000 Mg Tablet Sr53.0
GlybzaGlybza 1000 Mg Tablet31.0
G RegG Reg 1000 Mg Tablet Sr41.0
HyforminHyformin G1 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet60.0
K MetK Met 1000 Mg Tablet Sr25.0
LongmetLongmet 1000 Mg Tablet Sr35.0
MaxforminMaxformin 1000 Mg Tablet53.0
MedforMedfor 1000 Mg Tablet Sr31.0
MefominMefomin 1000 Mg Tablet Sr31.0
MelmetMelmet 1000 Mg Tablet Sr53.0
MesiteMesite Xr 1000 Mg Tablet Sr33.0
Met (Westco)Met 500 Mg Tablet7.0
MetabayMetabay 500 Mg Tablet24.0
MetabestMetabest Sr 1000 Mg Tablet37.0
MetadayMetaday 1000 Mg Tablet Er35.0
MetaforteMetaforte 1000 Mg Tablet Sr35.0
MetanormMetanorm 1000 Mg Tablet Sr26.0
MetaphageMetaphage 1000 Mg Tablet Sr25.0
MetasensMetasens 500 Mg Tablet17.0
MetatimeMetatime Tablet14.0
MetbayMetbay 500 Mg Tablet17.0
MetchekMetchek 1000 Mg Tablet Sr36.0
MetcomMetcom 1000 Mg Tablet Sr17.0
Met DmMet Dm 1000 Mg Tablet Xl26.0
MetfilMetfil 500 Mg Tablet67.0
Metformin 500 Mg TabletMetformin 500 Mg Tablet6.0
MetfotimeMetfotime 1000 Mg Tablet Sr40.0
MetkapMetkap 500 Mg Tablet7.0
MetleadMetlead 500 Mg Tablet Sr17.0
MetlongMetlong Ds Tablet Sr35.0
MetmoreMetmore 1000 Mg Tablet Sr26.0
MetofixMetofix Xl 1000 Mg Tablet30.0
MetsarMetsar 1000 Mg Tablet Sr24.0
MetsigMetsig Sr 1000 Mg Tablet31.0
MetsurgeMetsurge 500 Mg Tablet18.0
MetswiftMetswift 1000 Mg Tablet Sr20.0
MfMf 1000 Mg Tablet Sr22.0
MidametMidamet Tablet18.0
Mr MetMr Met 1000 Mg Tablet27.0
OkametOkamet 500 Mg Tablet19.0
OzometOzomet 500 Mg Tablet15.0
RedidropRedidrop 1000 Mg Tablet Sr34.0
RoftemRoftem 1000 Mg Tablet Sr22.0
RonymetRonymet 500 Mg Tablet19.0
ScodiaScodia Sr 1000 Mg Tablet57.0
SugametSugamet Sr 1000 Mg Tablet63.0
WalaphageWalaphage 500 Mg Tablet13.0
WeltillWeltill 1000 Mg Tablet Sr32.0
ZetforZetfor 500 Mg Tablet7.0
ZoformZoform 1000 Mg Tablet Sr23.0
ZometZomet 500 Mg Tablet6.0
BiciphageBiciphage 500 Mg Tablet7.0
BidiabBidiab 500 Mg Tablet Sr21.0
D BayD Bay 500 Mg Tablet7.0
DiacipDiacip 500 Mg Tablet12.0
DibetinDibetin Tablet10.0
DibimetDibimet 500 Mg Tablet9.0
DiformDiform 500 Mg Tablet6.0
DuometDuomet Er 500 Mg Tablet20.0
ElcephaseElcephase 500 Mg Tablet4.0
EmlineEmline 500 Mg Tablet7.0
EumetEumet 500 Mg Tablet10.0
FagometFagomet 500 Mg Tablet Sr32.0
Formet (Fiale)Formet 850 Mg Tablet15.0
FormetFormet 500 Mg Tablet Sr19.0
GlizGliz 500 Mg Tablet7.0
GluregGlureg 500 Mg Tablet Sr16.0
GlutametGlutamet 500 Mg Tablet Sr23.0
GlycifitGlycifit 500 Mg Tablet28.0
GlyrepGlyrep 500 Mg Tablet13.0
GlysafeGlysafe 500 Mg Tablet7.0
HilmetHilmet 500 Mg Tablet17.0
InsumetInsumet 1000 Mg Tablet Sr27.0
IsmetIsmet 500 Mg Tablet14.0
MasteroMastero 500 Mg Tablet15.0
MatceMatce 500 Mg Tablet19.0
MateeMatee 500 Mg Tablet7.0
MedforminMedformin Tablet15.0
MetbeticMetbetic Tablet4.0
MetfonijMetfonij Tablet23.0
MetforMetfor Tablet11.0
Metformin Prolonged Release TabletMetformin Prolonged Release Tablet8.0
MeticaMetica 500 Mg Tablet8.0
MetkinMetkin 500 Mg Tablet118.0
MetnylMetnyl 500 Mg Tablet16.0
MetsafeMetsafe 1000 Mg Tablet Sr28.0
MinimetMinimet 1000 Mg Tablet Sr21.0
MyforminMyformin 500 Mg Tablet43.0
N MetN Met 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension24.0
UtigluUtiglu 1000 Mg Tablet Sr33.0
VidmetVidmet 500 Mg Tablet Sr17.0
ZyrometZyromet Sr Tablet23.0
Pregastar PlusPregastar Plus 75 Mg Tablet Sr109.0
NovorapidNovorapid 100 Iu Cartridge530.0
AzulixAzulix 1 Mg Tablet34.0
DiaprideDiapride 1 Mg Tablet34.0
EuglimEuglim 1 Mg Tablet32.0
GladorGlador 1 Mg Tablet34.0
GlimerGlimer 1 Mg Tablet34.0
GlimestarGlimestar 1 Mg Tablet23.0
GlimyGlimy 1 Mg Tablet52.0
GlyprideGlypride 1 Mg Tablet34.0
GpGp 0.5 Mg Tablet50.0
ZorylZoryl 0.5 Mg Tablet65.0
AdrideAdride 1 Mg Tablet23.0
AmarylAmaryl 1 Mg Tablet104.0
ApriglimApriglim 1 Mg Tablet34.0
BeprideBepride 1 Mg Tablet30.0
BetaglimBetaglim 1 Mg Tablet47.0
BlistoBlisto 1 Mg Tablet34.0
DaorylDaoryl 1 Mg Capsule17.0
DiaglimDiaglim 1 Mg Tablet36.0
DiasetDiaset 1 Mg Tablet23.0
DiaswichDiaswich 1 Mg Tablet40.0
DibiglimDibiglim 1 Mg Tablet25.0
EcoglimEcoglim 1 Mg Tablet32.0
FlexiglimFlexiglim 0.5 Mg Tablet49.0
Gala GGala G 1 Mg Tablet26.0
GeelineGeeline 1 Mg Tablet24.0
GeminorGeminor 1 Mg Tablet34.0
GeprideGepride 1 Mg Tablet31.0
GitaeGitae 1 Mg Tablet23.0
GivovGivov 1 Mg Tablet212.0
GlamorGlamor 2 Mg Tablet48.0
GleamGleam 1 Mg Tablet28.0
GliGli 1 Mg Tablet38.0
Glim (West Coast)Glim 1 Mg Tablet7.0
GlimchekGlimchek 1 Mg Tablet25.0
GlimcomGlimcom 1 Mg Tablet12.0
GlimdaGlimda 1 Mg Tablet34.0
GlimefideGlimefide 1 Mg Tablet38.0
GlimenormGlimenorm 1 Mg Tablet20.0
GlimenovaGlimenova 1 Mg Tablet45.0
GlimetisGlimetis 1 Mg Tablet35.0
GlimfirstGlimfirst 1 Mg Tablet20.0
GlimgoldGlimgold 1 Mg Tablet32.0
GlimiconGlimicon 1 Mg Tablet29.0
GlimidotGlimidot 1 Mg Tablet38.0
GlimilifeGlimilife 1 Mg Tablet40.0
GlimiprexGlimiprex 1 Mg Tablet31.0
GlimiprimeGlimiprime 1 Mg Tablet40.0
GlimisaveGlimisave 1 Mg Tablet52.0
GlimisonGlimison 1 Mg Tablet5.0
GlimitabGlimitab 1 Mg Tablet37.0
GlimkapGlimkap 1 Mg Tablet13.0
GlimpilGlimpil 1 Mg Tablet19.0
GlimsiteGlimsite 1 Mg Tablet53.0
GlimtabGlimtab 1 Mg Tablet37.0
GlimtideGlimtide 1 Mg Tablet28.0
GlimulinGlimulin 1 Mg Tablet52.0
GlimzGlimz 1 Mg Tablet25.0
Glimza MGlimza M1 Tablet39.0
GlinormGlinorm 1 Mg Tablet20.0
GlisenGlisen 1 Mg Tablet34.0
GlistoGlisto 1 Mg Tablet27.0
GlivioGlivio 1 Mg Tablet20.0
Glucodex ZGlucodex Z Powder30.0
GlucorylGlucoryl 1 Mg Tablet34.0
GlucutGlucut 1 Mg Tablet36.0
GlyciprideGlycipride 1 Mg Tablet12.0
GlyciridGlycirid 1 Mg Tablet22.0
GlyreeGlyree 1 Mg Tablet35.0
GmrGmr 1 Mg Tablet25.0
GridGrid 1 Mg Tablet20.0
GrideGride 1 Mg Tablet34.0
IsrylIsryl 1 Mg Tablet14.0
K GlimK Glim 1 Mg Tablet12.0
LaprideLapride 1 Mg Tablet9.0
LimerLimer 1 Mg Tablet22.0
MaydineMaydine 1 Mg Tablet49.0
MeliprideMelipride 2 Mg Tablet21.0
MeprideMepride 1 Mg Tablet20.0
Mepride PmMepride Pm 1 Mg Tablet61.0
NovaprideNovapride 1 Mg Tablet25.0
NuglimNuglim 1 Mg Tablet14.0
OzoprideOzopride 1 Mg Tablet20.0
PrichekPrichek 1 Mg Tablet34.0
PridesPrides 1 Mg Tablet9.0
SecretagSecretag 1 Mg Tablet30.0
Semi AmarylSemi Amaryl 0.5 Mg Tablet107.0
SuprideSupride 1 Mg Tablet22.0
XanaprideXanapride 1 Mg Tablet62.0
XiliaXilia 1 Mg Tablet30.0
ZiglimZiglim 1 Mg Tablet13.0
Diagli (Indswift)Diagli 1 Mg Tablet12.0
DiarylDiaryl 1 Mg Tablet32.0
GadzGadz 1 Mg Tablet14.0
Gitae MGitae M 2 Mg Tablet22.0
GlenavonGlenavon 1 Mg Tablet46.0
GlimcipGlimcip 1 Mg Tablet34.0
GlimcureGlimcure 2 Mg Tablet59.0
Glimepride (Biochem)Glimepride 2 Mg Tablet66.0
Glimepride (Ipca)Glimepride 4 Mg Tablet66.0
GlimetoneGlimetone 1 Mg Tablet49.0
GlimicureGlimicure 1 Mg Tablet23.0
GlimifixGlimifix 1 Mg Tablet22.0
GlimikemGlimikem 1 Mg Tablet41.0
GlimixiaGlimixia 1 Mg Tablet25.0
GlimmatGlimmat 1 Mg Tablet40.0
GlimpidGlimpid 1 Mg Tablet25.0
GliwayGliway 1 Mg Tablet29.0
GlusensGlusens 1 Mg Tablet35.0
GlynovaGlynova 2 Mg Tablet42.0
HilglimHilglim 1 Mg Tablet28.0
IletIlet 1 Mg Tablet30.0
JubiglimJubiglim 1 Mg Tablet33.0
KarmelitusKarmelitus 2 Mg Tablet36.0
Lapride MfLapride Mf Tablet23.0
Life PrideLife Pride 1 Mg Tablet40.0
NormaglimNormaglim 1 Mg Tablet60.0
OlglimideOlglimide 1 Mg Tablet18.0
RioglimRioglim 2 Mg Tablet149.0
SulfoglimSulfoglim 1 Mg Tablet25.0
SuseizSuseiz 1 Mg Tablet20.0
ZorglimZorglim 2 Mg Tablet66.0
CyblexCyblex 30 Mg Tablet Xr63.0
DiabendDiabend 30 Mg Tablet Mr38.0
DiamicronDiamicron 30 Mg Tablet Mr63.0
DianormDianorm 20 Mg Tablet50.0
GlixGlix 40 Mg Tablet26.0
GlizidGlizid 30 Mg Tablet Mr77.0
GlychekGlychek 40 Mg Tablet35.0
GlycigonGlycigon 40 Mg Tablet38.0
GlycinormGlycinorm 40 Mg Tablet34.0
ReclideReclide 40 Tablet38.0
AviglicAviglic 80 Mg Tablet40.0
AzukonAzukon 80 Mg Tablet54.0
BioglideBioglide 40 Mg Tablet19.0
ClaglidClaglid 80 Mg Tablet52.0
DiabeclazDiabeclaz 30 Mg Tablet Mr60.0
DotzideDotzide 40 Mg Tablet31.0
EuclideEuclide 40 Mg Tablet35.0
GazinGazin 40 Mg Tablet24.0
GlicabGlicab 40 Mg Tablet34.0
GlicatisGlicatis 80 Mg Tablet28.0
GliclaGlicla 60 Mg Tablet37.0
GliclapackGliclapack 30 Mg Tablet165.0
GlifidGlifid 40 Mg Tablet37.0
GliminGlimin 80 Mg Tablet44.0
Glityx MGlityx M Tablet46.0
GlivaGliva 40 Mg Tablet24.0
GlizaGliza 80 Mg Tablet43.0
GlizedGlized 80 Mg Tablet97.0
GlycosefGlycosef Tablet38.0
GlylocGlyloc 40 Mg Tablet30.0
GlysissGlysiss 30 Mg Tablet Mr18.0
GlzGlz Xr 60 Mg Tablet152.0
GudietGudiet 80 Mg Tablet154.0
GylisGylis 40 Mg Tablet18.0
NuzideNuzide 30 Mg Tablet Xl29.0
ComzidComzid 80 Mg Tablet23.0
DebDeb 80 Mg Tablet30.0
DiaobDiaob 80 Mg Tablet35.0
DiasafeDiasafe Capsule56.0
GliclanGliclan 80 Mg Tablet46.0
GliclazGliclaz 80 Mg Tablet38.0
GlicolGlicol 80 Mg Tablet31.0
GlicronGlicron 80 Mg Tablet37.0
GlidietGlidiet 80 Mg Tablet40.0
Gl MetGl Met 80 Mg Tablet18.0
GlucoactGlucoact 40 Mg Tablet22.0
GlucozidGlucozid 80 Mg Tablet30.0
GluribGlurib 40 Mg Tablet18.0
GlutideGlutide Cr 30 Capsule54.0
GlycitrolGlycitrol 80 Mg Tablet31.0
GlygardGlygard 40 Mg Tablet31.0
GlykindGlykind 40 Mg Tablet9.0
GlyneedGlyneed 40 Mg Tablet30.0
GlypenGlypen 80 Mg Tablet19.0
GlytasGlytas 80 Mg Tablet28.0
GlyupGlyup 40 Mg Tablet18.0
GzideGzide 5 Mg Tablet79.0
HilglicHilglic 80 Mg Tablet34.0
LycazidLycazid Tablet31.0
MclazideMclazide Tablet41.0
SafelineSafeline 80 Mg Tablet48.0
Azulix MfAzulix Mf 1 Forte Tablet74.0
Glimestar MGlimestar M 1 Forte Tablet Sr165.0
Glimy MGlimy M 1 Forte Tablet Sr61.0
Gluconorm GGluconorm G 0.5 Mg Forte Tablet73.0
Glycomet GpGlycomet Gp 0.5 Forte Tablet Sr
Zoryl MZoryl M 0.5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet36.0
Ameto G ForteAmeto G Forte Tablet85.0
Apriglim MfApriglim Mf 1 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet Er64.0
Apriglim MApriglim M 0.5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet48.0
Bigan GmBigan Gm 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet34.0
Diapride MDiapride M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet97.0
DuopilDuopil 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet40.0
EasyaidEasyaid 1 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet94.0
Exermet Gm ForteExermet Gm Forte 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet62.0
Fagomet GFagomet G 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet36.0
Geeline MGeeline M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet56.0
Gepride MGepride M 0.5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet47.0
G ForlinG Forlin 1 Mg Tablet41.0
Glavin MGlavin M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet36.0
Glimcheck MGlimcheck M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet38.0
Glimetone MGlimetone M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet59.0
Glimicure MGlimicure M 0.5 Tablet40.0
Glimifix MGlimifix M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet42.0
Glimilife M ForteGlimilife M Forte 1 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet Er55.0
Glimilife MGlimilife M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet40.0
Glimisave MaxGlimisave Max 1 Forte Tablet94.0
Glimixia MGlimixia M 1 Tablet Er39.0
Glimpil MfGlimpil Mf 1 Tablet25.0
Glimtide ForteGlimtide Forte 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet42.0
Glimulin MfGlimulin 1 Mf Forte Tablet Sr164.0
Glinidd M1Glinidd M1 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet36.0
Glinidd M2Glinidd M2 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet55.0
Glinorm M2Glinorm M2 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet45.0
Gliper MfGliper Mf 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet15.0
Glisen MfGlisen Mf 1 Tablet96.0
Glisole MfGlisole Mf 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet45.0
Gliway MfGliway Mf 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet40.0
Glucoryl MGlucoryl M 1 Forte Tablet90.0
Glusens MGlusens M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet50.0
Glycifit GGlycifit G 1 Tablet54.0
Glylim ForteGlylim Forte 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet45.0
Glyree MGlyree M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Er59.0
Glytab MGlytab M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet28.0
Gmr M ForteGmr M Forte Tablet68.0
G Ryl M2 TabletG Ryl M2 Tablet50.0
HhglimHhglim M1 Tablet60.0
Ilet BIlet B 1 Tablet40.0
Limer MLimer M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet40.0
Mastero GMastero G 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet49.0
Matce G1Matce G1 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet38.0
Matce G2Matce G2 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet54.0
Metanorm GMetanorm G 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet31.0
Metffil G1Metffil G1 Tablet35.0
Metffil G2Metffil G2 Tablet53.0
MetglarMetglar 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet60.0
MetrideMetride 1 Mg Tablet67.0
Metride DsMetride Ds 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet63.0
N Met G1N Met G1 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet70.0
N Met G2N Met G2 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet95.0
Olglimide M1Olglimide M1 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet36.0
Riomet GRiomet G 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet44.0
Riomet GfRiomet Gf 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet64.0
Sugamet GSugamet G 1 Mg Tablet54.0
Suseiz MSuseiz M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet30.0
SwimetSwimet 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet40.0
Utiglu GUtiglu G 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet33.0
Xilia MXilia M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet76.0
Zenoglim M2Zenoglim M2 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet90.0
Zorglim MZorglim M 1 Mg Tablet47.0
Carryl MCarryl M Forte 60 Mg Tablet85.0
Dianorm MDianorm M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet134.0
Mefomin GzMefomin Gz 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet72.0
StreamStream 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet45.0
ZukerZuker Mf 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet66.0
Diabend MDiabend M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet71.0
Diamicron MexDiamicron Mex 60 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Xr197.0
Euclide MEuclide M 30 Mg/500 Mg Tablet51.0
Glizid MGlizid M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet139.0
Glychek MGlychek M 30 Mg/500 Mg Tablet46.0
Glycigon MGlycigon M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet64.0
Glycinorm MGlycinorm M 30 Od Tablet64.0
ReclimetReclimet 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet131.0
Anclazide MAnclazide M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet80.0
Bigan GcBigan Gc 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet35.0
Claformin HsClaformin Hs 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet53.0
ClametClamet 50 Mg/500 Mg Tablet23.0
Comzid MComzid M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet37.0
Cyblex MCyblex M 30 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Xr73.0
Deb MDeb M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet39.0
DgmDgm 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet128.0
Diaob MDiaob M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet490.0
Diatrol MDiatrol M Tablet30.0
Diazid MDiazid M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet54.0
Forminal PlusForminal Plus 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet22.0
Gazin MGazin M 40 Mg/500 Mg Tablet60.0
GeforGefor 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet17.0
Glicab MfGlicab Mf 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet19.0
GliclametGliclamet 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet39.0
Glicol MGlicol M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet39.0
Glim CGlim C 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet52.0
Glim (Strides)Glim 40 Mg/500 Mg Tablet45.0
Glucozid MGlucozid M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet39.0
Glurib MGlurib M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet35.0
Glygard MGlygard M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet35.0
Glyloc MGlyloc M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet78.0
GlymatGlymat 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet20.0
Glyneed MGlyneed M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet67.0
Glynol MGlynol M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet40.0
Glypan MGlypan M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet46.0
Glypen MfGlypen Mf 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet23.0
Glysiss MGlysiss M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet50.0
Glytas MfGlytas Mf 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet48.0
Glyup MGlyup M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet37.0
G MetG Met 50 Mg/100 Mg Suspension14.0
Gylis MGylis M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet42.0
Hilmet GcHilmet Gc 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet62.0
Jotab MJotab M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet44.0
Jozide MJozide M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet46.0
LodiaLodia 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet40.0
Mclazide MMclazide M Tablet53.0
Metbetic GMetbetic G Tablet14.0
ObaxObax 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet58.0
Safeline MSafeline M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet85.0
Slash MSlash M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet50.0
WalforminWalformin Od 30 Mg Tablet50.0
ZeforminZeformin 30 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Xr65.0
Zyde MfZyde Mf 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet47.0
GemerGemer 0.5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet24.0
Amaryl MAmaryl M 1 MG Tablet118.0
Amaryl M ForteAmaryl M Forte 1 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet90.0
Glimisave MGlimisave M 0.5 Tablet74.0
Ameto GAmeto G 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet39.0
Glyciphage GGlyciphage G 1 Forte Tablet50.0
Bepride SfBepride Sf 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet60.0
BigonylBigonyl 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Sr57.0
AdglimAdglim M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet40.0
Dailyglim MDailyglim M 2 Forte Tablet23.0
Blisto MfBlisto Mf 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet63.0
GalimimGalimim 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet69.0
Geminor MGeminor M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet79.0
Carbophage G ForteCarbophage G1 Forte Tablet Sr59.0
Carbophage GCarbophage G 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet55.0
GlimadayGlimaday 1 Tablet Er106.0
Diapride M ForteDiapride M Forte 1 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet64.0
Glimex MGlimex M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet48.0
Gliminyle M2 TabletGliminyle M2 Tablet74.0
Diaset M1Diaset M1 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Sr43.0
GlitarayGlitaray M 1 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet95.0
Diaset M2Diaset M2 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Sr55.0
Glorimet GGlorimet G 1 Tablet40.0
Diaswich MDiaswich M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet45.0
Glycorena M2Glycorena M2 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet69.0
Glycy GmGlycy Gm Tablet47.0
Glynova MGlynova M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet38.0
Emperide MEmperide M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet43.0
Endoformin GEndoformin G 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet54.0
Hilmet GmHilmet Gm Tablet 1 Mg/500 Mg38.0
Endoformin G ForteEndoformin G Forte 1 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet65.0
Jubiglim MJubiglim M 1 Forte Tablet60.0
Enristas MfEnristas Mf 2 Mg Tablet95.0
Medimet GMedimet G 2 Mg Tablet60.0
Mepride DmMepride Dm 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet47.0
Wonride M2 ForteWonride M2 Forte Tablet79.0
Eumet GEumet G 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet45.0
Zetaglim MZetaglim M 1 Mg Tablet46.0
Euride MgEuride Mg 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet131.0
Zyromet G 2 TabletZyromet G 2 Tablet60.0
Exermet GmExermet Gm 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet89.0
Zyromet GZyromet G1 Tablet42.0
Fordia GFordia G 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet33.0
Forminal GForminal G 1 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet9.0
Gala MgGala Mg 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet38.0
G Fit ForteG Fit Forte 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet66.0
G Fit M1G Fit M1 Tablet53.0
G Fit M2G Fit M2 Tablet58.0
Gimmy M1Gimmy M1 Forte Tablet58.0
Gimmy M2Gimmy M2 Forte Tablet70.0
Glador MGlador M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet64.0
Glamor MGlamor M 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet95.0
GlemineGlemine 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet31.0
Glimefide MGlimefide M 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet75.0
Glimenova MGlimenova M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Sr60.0
Glimetes PlusGlimetes Plus 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet40.0
Glimfirst MGlimfirst M 1 Forte Tablet52.0
Glimgold MfGlimgold Mf 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet60.0
Glimgold Mf ForteGlimgold Mf Forte 1 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet Sr65.0
Glimi Dm ForteGlimi Dm Forte 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet65.0
Glimidot MGlimidot M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet38.0
Glimigraf MGlimigraf M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet33.0
Glimipack MGlimipack M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet165.0
Glimiprex MfGlimiprex Mf 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Sr40.0
Glimiprime MGlimiprime M 1 Forte Tablet55.0
Glimison MGlimison M 1 Forte Tablet32.0
Glimitab MGlimitab M 1 Tablet58.0
Glimital MGlimital M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet40.0
Glimivas MGlimivas M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet35.0
Glimkap MGlimkap M 1 Tablet38.0
Glimnis MfGlimnis Mf Tablet48.0
Glimp MGlimp M 1 Tablet108.0
GlimserGlimser 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet44.0
Glimsite MGlimsite M 1 Tablet Sr54.0
Glimtab MGlimtab M 1 Tablet50.0
Glimtes ForteGlimtes Forte Tablet66.0
Glimtes PlusGlimtes Plus Tablet47.0
Glimtide PlusGlimtide Plus 1 Mg/400 Mg Tablet40.0
Glinam MGlinam M 1 Tablet11.0
Glinorm M1Glinorm M1 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet40.0
Glista MGlista M 1 Tablet168.0
GlizealGlizeal 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet42.0
Glp MGlp M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet49.0
Glucodex MGlucodex M 1 Tablet38.0
Glucomate GGlucomate G 1 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet46.0
Glucut MtGlucut 1 Mt Tablet40.0
Gludip MGludip M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet34.0
Gluformin GGluformin G 1 Forte Tablet Sr64.0
Glup GGlup G 1 Tablet41.0
Glurest MGlurest M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet47.0
Glutamet GGlutamet G 1 Mg Forte Tablet54.0
Glycirid MfGlycirid Mf 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet32.0
G.M.G.M. 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Sr15.0
Gmp MGmp M 1 Tablet39.0
Gmr MGmr M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet36.0
GmtGmt 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Sr64.0
Gride MGride M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet50.0
Grid MGrid M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet40.0
Isryl MIsryl M 1 Forte Tablet46.0
K Glim MK Glim M 1 Tablet Sr27.0
Laformin GLaformin G 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet60.0
Life Pride MLife Pride M Tablet Sr54.0
Maydine MMaydine M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Sr61.0
Mepride MfMepride Mf 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet45.0
Met GlMet Gl 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet30.0
MetgliMetgli 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Sr126.0
Metgli ForteMetgli Forte 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet64.0
Metlead GMetlead G 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Sr45.0
Metlead G ForteMetlead G Forte 1 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet Sr56.0
Metmore GMetmore G 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet28.0
MetprideMetpride 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet8.0
Metsurge GMetsurge G 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet44.0
Metsurge GpMetsurge Gp 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet0.0
Novapride MfNovapride Mf 2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet53.0
Nuglim MNuglim M Tablet45.0
Prichek MPrichek M 1 Mg Tablet Sr60.0
Riomet DuoRiomet Duo 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet98.0
Riomet Duo ForteRiomet Duo Forte 1 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet70.0
Rostrupride MfRostrupride Mf 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet85.0
SecremetSecremet 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet53.0
Switglim MSwitglim M 1 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet29.0
Vedapride MVedapride M 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet59.0
VivametVivamet 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet36.0
Walaphage GpWalaphage Gp 1 Mg Tablet30.0
Wonride M1 ForteWonride M1 Forte Tablet Sr62.0
IstametIstamet 50 Mg/500 Mg Tablet348.0
JanumetJanumet 50 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet358.0
Zita MetZita Met Tablet 50 Mg/1000 Mg160.0
KombiglyzeKombiglyze 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Xr329.0
Galvus MetGalvus Met 1000 Mg/50 Mg Tablet265.0
Jalra MJalra M 1000 Mg/50 Mg Tablet265.0
Vysov MVysov M 1000 Mg/50 Mg Tablet241.0
Zomelis MetZomelis Met 1000 Mg/50 Mg Tablet241.0
OlymprixOlymprix 20 Mg Tablet99.0
Ondero MetOndero Met 1000 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet238.0
Trajenta DuoTrajenta Duo 1000 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet238.0
Apriglim MvApriglim Mv 0.2 Mg/500 Mg/1 Mg Tablet117.0
Glorimet VgGlorimet Vg 1 Tablet89.0
Gluconorm VgGluconorm Vg 1 Forte Tablet107.0
Glycomet TrioGlycomet Trio 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet Sr107.0
Gmm VGmm V 2 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet130.0
Iglim MvIglim Mv 0.2 Mg/500 Mg/2 Mg Tablet90.0
Ilet TrioIlet Trio 1 Tablet95.0
Triblend VgTriblend Vg 1 Mg Tablet87.0
Triglynase VTriglynase V 1 Tablet107.0
Trimetaday VTrimetaday V 1 Tablet108.0
Tripride HvTripride Hv 1 Tablet110.0
Tripride LvTripride Lv 1 Tablet115.0
TrivoglicadTrivoglicad 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.3 Mg Tablet80.0
TrivogoTrivogo 1/0.3 Mg Tablet95.0
TrivolibTrivolib 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet Er118.0
Trivolib ForteTrivolib Forte 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.3 Mg Tablet88.0
Voglow GmVoglow Gm 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet98.0
Volicure TrioVolicure Trio 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet99.0
Volix TrioVolix Trio 1 Tablet118.0
VolpostVolpost Gm 2 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet89.0
Wonride MvWonride Mv 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.3 Mg Tablet89.0
X Met TrioX Met Trio 1 Mg Tablet75.0
Zetaglim MvZetaglim Mv 2 Mg Tablet95.0
Zorglim MvZorglim Mv 0.3 Mg/500 Mg/2 Mg Tablet116.0
Zoryl MvZoryl Mv 1 Tablet116.0
Amaryl MvAmaryl Mv 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet146.0
Blisto TrioBlisto Trio 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet88.0
Emvose TrioEmvose Trio 0.2 Mg/500 Mg/2 Mg Tablet109.0
Endoformin VgEndoformin Vg 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet98.0
Glimgold MvGlimgold Mv 1 Mg Tablet90.0
Glimipack MvGlimipack Mv 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.3 Mg Tablet330.0
Glimisave MvGlimisave Mv 1 Forte Tablet45.0
Glimitab MvGlimitab Mv 1 Tablet88.0
Glisen VmGlisen Vm 1 Tablet95.0
Glucoryl MvGlucoryl Mv 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet176.0
Glyciphage VgGlyciphage Vg 1 Tablet72.0
Glyree MvGlyree Mv 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet92.0
Glyvog GmGlyvog Gm 1 Mg Tablet88.0
Gv ForlinGv Forlin 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet59.0
Metffil V GMetffil V G 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet Sr85.0
Metgli VMetgli V 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet88.0
Ozomet VgOzomet Vg 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet20.0
PolydayPolyday 0.2 Mg/500 Mg/1 Mg Tablet90.0
Starvog GmStarvog Gm 1 Mg Tablet75.0
TribetrolTribetrol 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet95.0
Tri Betrol ForteTri Betrol Forte 2 Mg/500 Mg/0.3 Mg Tablet Sr138.0
TriglimilifeTriglimilife 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet88.0
TrimegaboseTrimegabose 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet75.0
TrimegavogTrimegavog 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet82.0
TrimetrideTrimetride 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet109.0
TriposmealTriposmeal 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet120.0
TrivoglitorTrivoglitor 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet97.0
TrivoseTrivose 1 Mg Tablet110.0
Vogipax GmVogipax Gm 1 Mg/500 Mg/2 Mg Tablet88.0
Voglibite GmVoglibite Gm 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet71.0
Vogli GmVogli Gm 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet95.0
Voglimac GmVoglimac Gm 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet104.0
Voglinorm GmVoglinorm Gm 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet Sr125.0
Voglistar GmVoglistar Gm 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet100.0
Voglital GmVoglital Gm 0.2 Mg Tablet88.0
Voglus GmVoglus Gm Tablet78.0
Vogs GmVogs Gm 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet59.0
Volga TrioVolga Trio 1/0.2 Mg Tablet75.0
Xilia TrioXilia Trio 1 Mg/500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet Sr104.0
Aviglic MfAviglic Mf 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet48.0
Azukon MAzukon M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet80.0
BioforminBioformin 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet43.0
Bioformin ForteBioformin Forte 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet17.0
Bioformin PlusBioformin Plus 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet10.0
Bioglide MBioglide M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet43.0
ClaforminClaformin 40 Mg/400 Mg Tablet0.0
Diabend MexDiabend Mex 30 Mg/500 Mg Tablet80.0
Diacron MDiacron M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet44.0
Diatom MDiatom M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet45.0
Gci MfGci Mf 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet95.0
GematGemat 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet85.0
Giled MGiled M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet49.0
Gliclapack MGliclapack M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet300.0
Gliclaz MGliclaz M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet67.0
Glidiet MGlidiet M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet49.0
Glifid MGlifid M 80 Mg Tablet77.0
Glim ForteGlim Forte 80 Mg/800 Mg Tablet54.0
Glimi Dm PlusGlimi Dm Plus 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet56.0
Gliva ForteGliva Forte 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet57.0
Gliva PlusGliva Plus 40 Mg/400 Mg Tablet0.0
Glix MGlix M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet65.0
Gliza MfGliza Mf 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet49.0
Glizid TotalGlizid Total 60 Mg/500 Mg Tablet73.0
GlyclaminGlyclamin 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet46.0
Glyred MGlyred M 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet79.0
Glz PlusGlz Plus 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet59.0
Gzide MGzide M 60 Mg/500 Mg Tablet43.0
K GemK Gem 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet26.0
MacgilMacgil 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet38.0
Micromol PMicromol P Tablet12.0
MintideMintide 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet41.0
Preclazide MPreclazide M 40 Mg/500 Mg Tablet58.0
Prizide MPrizide M 40 Mg/500 Mg Tablet55.0
Reclimet OdReclimet Od 30 Tablet74.0
Semi ReclimetSemi Reclimet Tablet41.0
SucrazideSucrazide Mf 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet82.0
ZilmetZilmet 30 Mg/500 Mg Tablet26.0
Advog MAdvog M 500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet71.0
Avibose MfAvibose Mf 0.3 Mg/500 Mg Tablet74.0
Cetapin VCetapin V 500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet96.0
Gluconorm VGluconorm V 0.2 Tablet88.0
Glybose MGlybose M 500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet60.0
Glyvog MGlyvog M 0.2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet75.0
Invog MInvog M 500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet50.0
K Met DuoK Met Duo 500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet44.0
Megabose MfMegabose Mf 500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet35.0
Megavog MfMegavog Mf 500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet38.0
Metadoze VMetadoze V 500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet39.0
Obimet VObimet V 500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet60.0
Ppg MetPpg Met 500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet Sr69.0
Prandial MPrandial M 500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet42.0
Prebose MPrebose M 500 Mg/0.2 Mg Tablet Sr89.0
Starvog MStarvog M 0.2 Mg Tablet49.0
Sugamet VSugamet V 0.2 Mg Tablet98.0
Tribose MTribose M 0.2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet90.0
Novomix 30 100 IuNovomix 30 100 Iu Flexpen672.0
Novomix 50Novomix 50 100 Iu Flexpen677.0
Insuman CombInsuman Comb 25/75 3 Ml Cartridge1085.0
Actrapid HmActrapid Hm 100 Iu Cartridge228.44
ActrapidActrapid 100 Iu Cartridge1250.0
Human ActrapidHuman Actrapid 40 Iu Injection140.7
Human MonotardHuman Monotard 100 Iu Injection384.11
Huminsulin RHuminsulin R 100 Iu Injection446.0
Insucare RInsucare R Injection140.07
Insugen RInsugen R 100 Iu Injection343.0
Insuman RapidInsuman Rapid 100 Iu Cartridge208.0
Wosulin RWosulin R 100 Iu Disposable Pen298.0
HumajectHumaject 100 Iu Cartridge1365.0
Humaject RHumaject R 100 Iu Cartridge1365.0
Human FastactHuman Fastact 40 Iu Injection145.58
Human InsunormHuman Insunorm 40 Iu Injection124.36
Human InteractHuman Interact 40 Iu Injection158.0
HumarapHumarap 40 Iu Injection141.88
Recosulin RRecosulin R 40 Iu Injection148.37
Rapisulin HpiRapisulin Hpi 400 Iu Injection110.5
DiaconDiacon 5 Mg Tablet4.22
GlezGlez 10 Mg Tablet5.54
GlideGlide 1 Mg Tablet4.56
GlipyGlipy 5 Mg Tablet9.21
GlucotrolGlucotrol 5 Mg Tablet10.18
GlynaseGlynase 5 Mg Tablet5.57
GlysonGlyson 5 Mg Tablet5.0
GlytopGlytop 10 Sr Tablet13.6
GlyzipGlyzip 5 Mg Tablet5.33
Semi GlynaseSemi Glynase 2.5 Mg Tablet2.75
AviglipAviglip 5 Mg Tablet4.84
DiaglipDiaglip 5 Mg Tablet4.37
GlibeticGlibetic 5 Mg Tablet4.6
GlipGlip 5 Mg Tablet10.2
GlipicontinGlipicontin 5 Mg Tablet18.28
GluconilGluconil 5 Mg Tablet9.56
GoddeGodde 5 Mg Tablet80.97
LipiLipi 5 Mg Tablet5.22
GlucolipGlucolip 5 Mg Tablet5.11
GlylupGlylup 5 Mg Tablet3.38
AviglenAviglen 5 Mg Tablet8.12
DaonilDaonil 2.5 Mg Tablet66.66
DiabetnilDiabetnil 5 Mg Tablet9.65
EugluconEuglucon 5 Mg Tablet12.22
GetrolGetrol 5 Mg Tablet26.0
GlinilGlinil 5 Mg Tablet10.09
GlybovinGlybovin 1.25 Mg Tablet2.73
Glycomin (Exotic Lab)Glycomin Tablet27.01
Semi DaonilSemi Daonil 2.5 Mg Tablet5.56
Semi EugluconSemi Euglucon 2.5 Mg Tablet5.2
AfdiexAfdiex 2.5 Mg Tablet2.66
D Con (Grandix Pharma)D Con 10 Mg Tablet11.39
DiachekDiachek 5 Mg Tablet7.12
GlibamideGlibamide 5 Mg Tablet7.5
GlibetGlibet 5 Mg Tablet6.21
GliconilGliconil 5 Mg Tablet4.08
GlucosafeGlucosafe 2.5 Mg Tablet2.66
GlucosilGlucosil 5 Mg Tablet5.31
Glunil (Medo Pharma)Glunil 2.5 Mg Tablet3.53
GlyboralGlyboral 2.5 Mg Tablet6.07
Semi CodicaSemi Codica 2.5 Mg Tablet2.96
Amaryl MpAmaryl Mp 1 Mg Tablet0.0
Ameto GpAmeto Gp 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Bepride PlusBepride Plus 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Debistal GmDebistal Gm Tablet0.0
Diaglim MpDiaglim Mp 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Endoformin PgEndoformin Pg 1 Mg Tablet0.0
Fordia PgFordia Pg 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Formin PgFormin Pg 1 Forte Tablet0.0
Forson PgForson Pg 1 Tablet0.0
Gala Mp GGala Mp G 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Gemer PGemer P 1 Tablet Er84.0
Geminor MpGeminor Mp 1 Ls Tablet0.0
Glamor PmGlamor Pm Tablet0.0
Glimaday PGlimaday P 1 Tablet0.0
Glimestar PmGlimestar Pm 1 Tablet Sr0.0
Glimfirst MpGlimfirst Mp 1 Tablet0.0
Glimfirst Mp ForteGlimfirst Mp Forte 1 Mg/1000 Mg/15 Mg Tablet Sr0.0
Glimgold TrioGlimgold Trio 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Glimipack MpGlimipack Mp 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Glimiprime MpGlimiprime Mp 1 Forte Tablet0.0
Glimison MpGlimison Mp 1 Tablet0.0
Glimitab MpGlimitab Mp 1 Tablet0.0
Glimkap PmGlimkap Pm 1 Tablet0.0
Glimpil Mf PGlimpil Mf P 1 Tablet0.0
Glimp MpGlimp Mp 1 Tablet0.0
Glimser PGlimser P 1 Tablet0.0
Glimsite MpGlimsite Mp 1 Tablet Er0.0
Glim TotalGlim Total 1 Tablet0.0
Glimy MpGlimy Mp 1 Tablet0.0
Glisen PmGlisen Pm 1 Tablet0.0
Glista PmGlista Pm 1 Tablet0.0
Glizeal PGlizeal P 1 Mg Tablet0.0
Glp PmGlp Pm 2 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet69.0
Gluconorm PgGluconorm Pg 1 Forte Tablet0.0
Glucut GmpGlucut Gmp 1 Tablet0.0
Glycifit Trio GGlycifit Trio G 1 Tablet0.0
Glyciphage LpgGlyciphage Lpg 1 Tablet0.0
Glyciphage PgGlyciphage Pg 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet Sr0.0
Glyree MpGlyree Mp 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet Er0.0
Gmp (Ozone)Gmp 1 Tablet0.0
Gmr PmGmr Pm 1 Mg Tablet0.0
GpmGpm 1 Tablet Sr0.0
Imediab MpImediab Mp 1 Tablet Sr0.0
K Pio GmK Pio Gm 1 Tablet0.0
Medfor GpMedfor Gp 1 Mg Tablet0.0
Metmore GpMetmore Gp 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet Sr0.0
Metride PlMetride Pl 1 Mg/500 Mg/7.5 Mg Tablet0.0
Metride PlusMetride Plus 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet Er0.0
Mofin PgMofin Pg 2 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
MpgMpg 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Novapridep MNovapride Pm 1 Mg Tablet0.0
Nuglim PmNuglim Pm 1 Mg Tablet0.0
Ozomet PgOzomet Pg 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Piocon GmPiocon Gm 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Pioli MgPioli Mg 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Piomed MgPiomed Mg 1 Tablet0.0
PioplusPioplus 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Pioplus LdPioplus Ld 1 Mg/500 Mg/7.5 Mg Tablet0.0
Piopod GmPiopod Gm 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Pioz Mf GPioz Mf G 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Prichek GmpPrichek Gmp 1 Mg Tablet0.0
Semi TrigemSemi Trigem 1 Mg Tablet0.0
Semi Trigem ForteSemi Trigem Forte 1 Mg Tablet0.0
Semi Xilia MpSemi Xilia Mp 1 Mg/500 Mg/7.5 Mg Tablet Sr0.0
Tri AzulixTri Azulix 1 Mg/500 Mg/7.5 Mg Tablet0.0
TribetTribet 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet Sr0.0
TrigemTrigem 1 Tablet Sr0.0
TrigliTrigli 1 Tablet Sr0.0
TriglimestarTriglimestar 1 Tablet0.0
TriglimiprexTriglimiprex 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
TriglimisaveTriglimisave 1 Tablet0.0
TriglynaseTriglynase 1 Forte Tablet0.0
TrigpmTrigpm 1 Tablet Er0.0
TrigulinTrigulin 1 Tablet0.0
TrilifeTrilife 1 Tablet Er0.0
TrimetadayTrimetaday 1 Tablet0.0
TriobimetTriobimet 1 Mg Tablet0.0
TriopilTriopil 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
TripiomedTripiomed 1 Mg/500 Mg/7.5 Mg Tablet Sr0.0
TripletTriplet 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
TriprideTripride 1 Forte Tablet0.0
TrivofidTrivofid 1 Tablet0.0
Tri WalaphageTri Walaphage 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Vedapride MpVedapride Mp 1 Mg/500 Mg/7.5 Mg Tablet0.0
Xilia MpXilia Mp 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Ziglim PlusZiglim Plus 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet Sr0.0
Glimetone MpGlimetone Mp 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet69.0
Gliway MpGliway Mp 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet49.0
Glorimet PgGlorimet Pg 1 Tablet56.0
Glynova MpGlynova Mp 2 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet80.87
Glypar PmGlypar Pm 2 Mg/15 Mg/500 Mg Tablet78.0
Ilet BpIlet Bp 1 Tablet50.0
Jubiglim TrioJubiglim Trio 1 Tablet56.2
Matce P G1Matce P G1 Tablet60.25
Matce P G2Matce P G2 Tablet75.83
Metanorm PgMetanorm Pg Tablet70.95
Riomet TrioRiomet Trio 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet88.5
Riomet Trio LsRiomet Trio Ls 1 Mg/500 Mg/7.5 Mg Tablet57.5
Suseiz MpSuseiz Mp 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet58.0
TriapriglimTriapriglim 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet72.0
Triapriglim LsTriapriglim Ls Tablet75.0
TriblendTriblend 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet49.28
TriexerTriexer 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet87.0
TriglimicureTriglimicure 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet72.0
Triglimicure LsTriglimicure Ls 1 Tablet57.0
TrizorylTrizoryl 1 Mg/500 Mg Tablet70.0
Tri Zyromet G2 TabletTri Zyromet G2 Tablet56.57
Winixia PgWinixia Pg 1 Mg Tablet61.9
Zoryl MpZoryl Mp 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet131.0
Apidra SolostarApidra Solostar 100 Iu Disposable Pen601.43
ApidraApidra 100 Iu Cartridge473.0
HumalogHumalog 100 Iu Kwikpen640.0
Humalog MixHumalog 100 Iu/Ml Cartridge 3 Ml2550.0
Adride RmAdride Rm 2 Mg/500 Mg/2 Mg Tablet56.72
TrigetrolTrigetrol Tablet53.68
RoglimetRoglimet 2 Mg/2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet60.54
Rosinorm GmRosinorm Gm 2 Mg/2 Mg/500 Mg Tablet64.8
Amaryl PAmaryl P 15 Mg/2 Mg Tablet136.99
G Tase GG Tase G 15 Mg/1 Mg Tablet32.48
PioridePioride 15 Mg/1 Mg Tablet53.83
PiorylPioryl 15 Mg/1 Mg Tablet65.95
Pioz GPioz G 15 Mg/1 Mg Tablet71.1
Pozitiv GPozitiv G 15 Mg/1 Mg Tablet40.64
TriofidTriofid Tablet80.95
ZogliZogli 15 Mg/1 Mg Tablet46.66
GlimtazGlimtaz Tablet47.52
Glimy PGlimy P 15 Mg/2 Mg Tablet68.5
Normaglim PNormaglim P 1 Mg/15 Mg Tablet60.0
Pioglar GPioglar G 15 Mg/2 Mg Tablet97.0
Pioglit GPioglit G 15 Mg/1 Mg Tablet77.0
Pioglit GfPioglit Gf 15 Mg/2 Mg Tablet99.0
Aviglen ForteAviglen Forte Tablet35.0
Aviglen MfAviglen Mf Tablet25.0
Benformin L SBenformin L S 1.25 Mg/250 Mg Tablet16.5
DuotrolDuotrol 2.5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Sr40.5
DutrolDutrol Tablet19.76
Eumet DEumet D 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet25.0
Getrol ForteGetrol Forte 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet26.5
G ForminG Formin 2.5 Mg/400 Mg Tablet18.0
G Formin PlusG Formin Plus 5 Mg/850 Mg Tablet36.5
Gliben Dm PlusGliben Dm Plus 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet23.81
GlibometGlibomet 2.5 Mg/400 Mg Tablet18.57
Glibomet ForteGlibomet Forte 2.5 Mg/400 Mg Tablet22.38
Glifil MGlifil M 2.5 Mg/250 Mg Tablet16.0
GlucoredGlucored 2.5 Mg/400 Mg Tablet28.0
Glycurb ForteGlycurb Forte 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet13.0
IsceptIscept 2.5 Mg/400 Mg Tablet32.6
Iscept LIscept L 1.25 Mg/250 Mg Tablet26.5
Mofin G ForteMofin G Forte Tablet31.0
SugatrolSugatrol 2.5 Mg/400 Mg Tablet48.28
Benformin H SBenformin H S 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet26.0
BenforminBenformin 2.5 Mg/400 Mg Tablet22.37
CombidosCombidos 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet19.7
Daonil MDaonil M 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet46.0
DiabetrolDiabetrol 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet33.0
Diachek MDiachek M 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet18.0
DiaforteDiaforte 2.5 Mg/400 Mg Tablet6.17
Dibeta GbDibeta Gb 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet16.0
Diolin MDiolin M 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet15.4
Dynil ForteDynil Forte 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet9.75
Glibson MGlibson M 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet18.47
Glucomust MGlucomust M 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet28.5
Glutowin ForteGlutowin Forte 2.5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Sr36.0
Hilmet GbHilmet Gb 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet30.0
Metica GMetica G 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet13.56
ReciletRecilet 2.5 Mg/400 Mg Tablet20.0
Aviglip MfAviglip Mf Tablet36.73
Diacon MDiacon M 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet9.53
Dibizide MDibizide M 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet11.0
Glibities MfGlibities Mf Tablet10.55
GliceptGlicept 2.5 Mg/400 Mg Tablet0.0
GlimetGlimet 2.5 Mg/250 Mg Tablet3.89
Glipi Dm PlusGlipi Dm Plus Tablet8.57
Glucotrol MfGlucotrol Mf 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet11.0
GluminGlumin 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet50.0
Glynase MfGlynase Mf 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet12.68
Glyson MfGlyson Mf 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet11.59
MetglibMetglib 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet27.5
Bigan GpBigan Gp 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet13.35
Bionase MfBionase Mf 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet6.2
Diaglip MDiaglip M 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet13.18
Glicept ForteGlicept Forte 5 Mg/800 Mg Tablet31.05
GliforGlifor 80 Mg/500 Mg Tablet22.86
GlipmetGlipmet 2.5 Mg/400 Mg Tablet7.77
Glylup MGlylup M Tablet5.62
G LysinG Lysin Junior Syrup52.71
MetaglezMetaglez Forte Tablet11.36
ZidminZidmin 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet140.52
Cyblex MvCyblex Mv 0.2 Mg/500 Mg/40 Mg Tablet107.8
Gliclapack MvGliclapack Mv 0.2 Mg/500 Mg/80 Mg Tablet354.0
Vogli TrioVogli Trio 0.2 Mg/500 Mg/80 Mg Tablet128.0
Eldozide VEldozide V Tablet114.27
Glizid MvGlizid Mv Tablet127.8
Dianorm TotalDianorm Total 30 Mg/15 Mg/500 Mg Tablet60.93
Glizid Total PGlizid Total P 15 Tablet91.1
Glycinorm TotalGlycinorm Total 30 Mg/15 Mg/500 Mg Tablet Sr62.0
TriclazoneNew Triclazone 40 Tablet73.0
TricyblexTricyblex 30 Mg/7.5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet88.0
Gliben Total PGliben Total P 5 Mg/5400 Mg/15 Mg Tablet Sr0.0
Iscept PIscept P 5 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet71.3
Mofin GpMofin Gp Tablet61.81
Triglucored ForteNew Triglucored Forte Tablet68.0
Pioglucored FortePioglucored Forte 5 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet67.0
PmgPmg 1 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet54.91
TriglycometTriglycomet 15 Tablet65.0
Dibeta TrioDibeta Trio 5 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet55.0
Glucomust PmGlucomust Pm Tablet54.4
Pionorm GmPionorm Gm 5 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet68.42
TripathTripath 5 Mg/500 Mg/15 Mg Tablet Sr65.5
Glim C (Swiss Pharma)Glim C Tablet56.72
Gluconorm G 1 DGluconorm G 1 D Tablet64.0
Gluconorm G2 DGluconorm G2 D Tablet98.5
Glycovas LdGlycovas Ld 1 Mg/500 Mg/10 Mg Tablet50.25
MaxmalaMaxmala 50 Mg/750 Mcg/100 Mg Capsule101.0
Nervup PgNervup Pg Capsule160.7
NeuropillNeuropill 100 Tablet115.7
OnerveOnerve Capsule195.0
Orthoneuron PlusOrthoneuron Plus Tablet95.18
Prelica PlusPrelica Plus Capsule108.0
Nova PlusNova Plus 75 Mg/750 Mcg/150 Mg Capsule97.5
Metmin AMetmin A Tablet35.0
Mintide PlusMintide Plus 80 Mg/500 Mg/200 Mcg Tablet56.73
Nerverich GaNerverich Ga 300 Mg/500 Mcg/100 Mg Tablet0.0
TrigabantinTrigabantin 100 Mg Tablet0.0
SupinitaSupinita Forte Tablet210.0
RyzodegRyzodeg 100 Iu/2.56 Mg Penfill1700.0
SulmetSulmet 5 Mg/500 Mg/2 Mg Tablet25.2
Gliben TotalGliben Total 5 Mg/500 Mg/2 Mg Tablet27.53
RgmRgm 5 Mg/500 Mg/2 Mg Tablet54.0
WosulinWosulin Pen Royale Device450.0

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